Couldn't we in the 21st century learn about chemistry other than by recording reactions? Why not make a film showing how a particular chemical reaction takes place?
Thu, 10/14/2021 - 08:42
Prof. Łukasz Albrecht's comment on the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, which was awarded to David MacMillan and Benjamin List "for the development of asymmetric organocatalysis":
Wed, 06/09/2021 - 11:44
Due to the awareness of threats posed by the development of civilisation, the use of bee products in health care and human nutrition supplementation is becoming increasingly popular, as they are associated with ecology and the natural environment they come from.
Thu, 03/25/2021 - 11:39
The ideal solution would be to transform the entire production and consumption system in such a way as to completely eliminate the concept of waste from it.
Thu, 03/04/2021 - 16:01
We often wonder what makes people healthy, what makes them age slower, what makes their skin so radiant? We suppose that factors like genes, climate, diet, or places where we live are responsible. Certainly all of these matter, but according to many studies, diet and its specific ingredients are key.
Fri, 02/19/2021 - 07:28
Polish Science Day is a good opportunity to talk to Prof. Lukasz Albrecht - a chemist and Vice-Rector for Science. From the perspective of a researcher and representative of the authorities of Lodz University of Technology he says: we should remember that the term "Polish science" is a kind of abbreviation. There is, of course, science conducted in Poland and by Polish researchers, but we are part of global science. This gives incredible opportunities, but it is also a huge challenge, because our discoveries, solutions and achievements are verified globally.
Fri, 02/05/2021 - 08:24
Such an interdisciplinary approach is also presented by researchers from Pensions & Intergenerational Relations (PIR) Research Group, an international research group at the Faculty of Management and Process Engineering at Lodz University of Technology.
Tue, 12/22/2020 - 07:24
Can you see the contents of the suitcase without opening it? The immediate answer is yes - it needs X-rays. However, as ionizing radiation, they have a detrimental effect on living organisms, which limits their use. There is, however, another way to look inside the suitcase. You have to use a special kind of "light".
Normal", that is visible light, is a type of electromagnetic wave. The distinguishing feature of each wave is its length or frequency.
Sat, 12/12/2020 - 19:47
Would you like your car to break down in the middle of the highway? How much would you be able to pay to avoid it? And I am not talking about an additional insurance package and a free, fast tow truck in case of an adverse event. I'm talking about an intelligent assistant who observes the work of all components predicting their wear.